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Treat employees the way you would want to be treated . It’s a team effort .

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Yes my friend works at dawn and has one from 10 yrs ago.

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The most stressful thing working it downpours working 12 hours a day plus weekendsThey had poor benefits

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I would say the hot conditions working near the kettles and the heavy lifting. The job isn’t for everybody . A lot of long hours but the pay and benefits are good .

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A majority of people in the home office are tense and unsure if they will even have a job to come back to each day due to the numerous lay offs. The insecurities, stress and lack of motivation due to it make it a terrible work environment.

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Sick days were lumped in with vacation days

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I can't be sure because the hiring process has changed, It is more a proving of ones desire to do what is asked and bringing value to the company, once it has been established that a job offer is presented to the temp, a drug test and physical is required for permanent employment.

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Bakery goods

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The hours varied some days I would work my normal 8 hour shift. There were times that I worked 10-12 hour day for extended periods of time.

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Cut throat and stressful due to recent lay offs. The company used to make you feel valued and almost like family when I first started working. Now, everyone is expendable, the bottom line is all that matters, not the employees.

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